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Roxie and the Hooligans

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • Full-page pencil illustrations perfectly complement this clever story that will leave readers cheering for Roxie as she proves to be as successful an adventurer as her famous uncle.
    –Kristine M. Casper, School Library Journal

    • Boiger’s black-and-white illustrations catch the energy of Naylor’s over-the-top yet sympathetically portrayed characters.
      –Shelle Rosenfeld, Booklist

      • Young readers will take note: use your noggin, do not panic, and do something!
        –Children

        • Three cheers-and some gingersnaps and lemonade-for Roxie, the girl who does not panic. Jolly fun.
          –Kirkus Reviews

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